Haikus is a collection of poems that draw inspiration from the nature, seasons, love, human values and person-al experiences.
Haiku style encourages the author to express many things in short words, the unspoken is what matters most and the intimate thoughts remind the reader of many feelings and emotions.
Through the seasons and the transformation of life cy-cles, Haikus focuses on the cyclical process of renewal, and the passing of time is the gentle touch that leads us to progress.
Radoslava Antonova Kostadinova was born in 1977 in Burgas, a Bulgarian city on the Black Sea.
Her passion for drawing and writing began when she was a child. She has a master’s degree in painting, and she has sold over 190 paintings in her country and abroad.
Over the years, she has participated in logo, caricature and literary contests in Bulgaria and abroad. She has won awards. Her literary works are included in many collec-tions in Bulgarian and Spanish.
She also writes articles, advertisements, product descrip-tions, book reviews and children’s coloring and illustrated books.
She has worked as a teacher of fine arts in schools, kin-dergartens and in private manufacturing companies.
She has already published The Blanket a book with short stories, parables, and reflections on the things of life.
Haikus is her second published book. Haiku style says a lot with a few words: emotions, landscapes, moods, states of mind. All of this and much more can only enhance the mind and sensibility of the readers.